A Shared Calendar

CalendarWiz offers many different ways to organize and share your calendars with your team, community, or other groups. When you first create your calendar you’re also creating a simple web link which can be sent to anyone you wish to access your calendar. All the person needs to do is click the link and your calendar will open in any browser or smartphone.

Now, we know the ability to share a calendar with others is extremely important if not a necessity for most businesses, schools and other organizations, but what if you need to share private information with an internal group, and also need allow other events and information to be visible publicly on your website? With CalendarWiz this is easily accomplished by creating user accounts and categories with the appropriate access rights, to each of your events.

Social Media

Speaking of sharing, who’s on Facebook? That’s right; with the click of a button your events can easily be shared and liked on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. What a great way to promote upcoming events in your community, or driving up the head-count at your restaurants karaoke night, we know, you love karaoke.

Sharing Online

A stand-alone calendar link is a great way to get going with sharing, but why stop there? With CalendarWiz you can share your calendar in other cool ways such as embedding them directly into a website, mobile app, or even Facebook in the form of an Upcoming Event list, Mini-Calendar, or a full on month, week or day view. This allows you to create an interactive, “up to date everywhere” calendar that’s visible to a much larger audience while again, keeping certain events and information private for your users. Best of all, a single line of code is all you need to embed the calendar in WordPress, Joomla, SquareSpace, Wix, and any homegrown website.

Feeds

Another useful feature for getting the word out about your events is our iCal and RSS feeds. These feeds allow visitors to subscribe to your calendar and will be updated every time you add a new event. This way folks don’t necessarily need to visit your calendar to keep informed about what’s going on.

So there we have it, sharing events and calendars is easy. You can learn more and kick the tires by starting your free 30-day trial at http://calendarwiz.com/signup

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